arne ingvaldsen  /visual artist/  

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Last update 15.06.2016.

Illustration: 2 of 6 column objects. Painted steel

 View from 1st floor level: Column row with 6 objects. Painted steel

 

Competition entry: Art work for Høvik new school, Lier, Norway 2009.

 

Høvik new school is a new building for about 900 pupils (aged 6 - 16). An important architectural idea is the visual relationship between class rooms and the bigger common space in the middle of the building. The walls between the two zones are all in glass.   The art work idea is to strengthen the identity of the common space by introducing 6 column objects to it. And furthermore to emphasize transparency of the surrounding walls by coloured glass patterns, giving each of the 22 class rooms a different door-size sign.

 
    Glass patterns and a model. To be digitally printed on PVB between laminated glass layers.Size: 80 x 280 cm

Glass patterns appear close to each class room entrance door. Their shapes are very different, but they all intend to create an illusion of three-dimensional space (glass material, action of walking in or out, recognition).

 

 

  Model view of interior common space and surrounding glass walls. (Class rooms do not show)
  Column objects are of the same shape and size (110x160x380 cm), but differ much in directions, positions and colours. They create a rhythmic unity throughout the space, and they are also visual comments on local spatial functions.

 

 

 

 

The colours of the objects and the glass signs are similar, but without any attempt to create a system (e.g. class grades, administration, floors, wings and so on).


 

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